Liverpool City Council has set out its budget proposals for 2024/25 which includes a £20m drive to improve and transform key frontline services.
Liverpool City Council has appointed three contractors to deliver the second year of its Highways Investment Programme (HIP).
Council Leader, Cllr Liam Robinson, spoke to the Liverpool Chamber of Commerce magazine, Well Connected, to answer questions about his plan to support businesses in the city. We have reproduced the questions and answers below.
Following an informal survey about proposals to amend the City Centre Controlled Parking Zone, the City Council has now launched a formal public consultation.
A trio of temporary cycle lanes in Liverpool, created during the Covid-19 pandemic, are set to be made permanent thanks to a multi-million pound funding boost.
Liverpool City Council’s new leadership team have told staff that the local authority can become one of the very best in the country.
Mayor of Liverpool Joanne Anderson on the work the council has been doing tackle historic issues with transparency and accountability.
Over the past fifteen years, a defining feature of Liverpool’s economic growth has been its investment in its leisure and...
Following the publication of the Best Value Inspection report, Liverpool City Council embarked on a three-year improvement journey. Interim Chief...
Liverpool has a rich tradition of housing co-operatives, and a new strategy is about to revive the spirit of that approach, writes Cllr Sarah Doyle, Cabinet Member for Development and Housing.
A new Commissioner has been appointed to support Liverpool City Council on its improvement journey.